Exclusive: Police suspicion unfounded, miscreants spotted committing crime near Rajbhawan in CCTV footage

Police suspicion over the robbery incident in broad daylight in front of the Rajbhawan on Friday has been unfounded for. Miscreants did rob security agency owner of Rs 20 lakh cash. Miscreants did commit crime on a moving two wheeler. And miscreants did fled towards Bandariya Bagh after committing crime. The CCTV footages being scanned by the police team have grabbed the moments when miscreants committed the crime.
On Friday, Sushant Golf City resident Pankaj Misra, who is the owner of the Raman Security agency, and has an office on Park Road at Saran Chambers 2 had complaint to the police that two motorcycle-borne miscreants robbed Rs 20 lakhs from him near Rajbhawan here on Thursday. His supervisor Diwakar was also with him and was driving scooter at the time of the incident.
Surprisingly this was not the first incident to have taken place near Rajbhawan. Earlier, also an incident of loot had taken place.
The investigation officials have found that the miscreants were on a black pulsar 220 cc bike. While one of the miscreants who was driving the bike is being seen in the footage bearing helmet, the one on pillion has face opne and can be recognised.
In all, the miscreants have been spotted in at least four CCTV footages. Last time, the CCTV footage has grabbed them moving on the bike at Charbagh. However, after Charbagh, the miscreants location has not been traced, a police official privy to the investigation told TosNews.
On Friday, at around 12.30pm, Pankaj along with his supervisor Diwakar Singh, a resident of Neelmattha, had gone to withdraw money from HDFC near Pratibha Cinema Hall. After withdrawing Rs 20 lakh from the bank, the two left for their office on the scooter. Diwakar was driving the scooter.
No sooner than they had crossed the PWD office, two miscreants came from behind and snatched the bag containing the money and fled towards Bandariya Bagh Crossing. The victims even chased the miscreants but in vain.
Citing reason for suspecting the loot theory, inspector Hazratganj Vijay Mall Yadav had said that both Pankaj and Diwakar were giving contradictory statements. While Pankaj said that the loot took place in front of Axis Bank, Diwakar insisted that the incident took place in front of the PWD office. The police also expressed surprise over the fact that despite the miscreants robbing Pankaj of the bag and a laptop on a moving two-wheeler, how Diwakar didn’t lose balance and the vehicle remained stable.
However, CCTV grabs have proved the police suspicion wrong.
Interestingly, the bike on which the miscreants committed crime, doesn’t have any registration number.
The investigation into the incident is on, the police officials told TosNews.

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